New technology at Langsdale

 Printing Press circa 1811; Deutsches Museum Munich, Germany  Technology has become a part of our everyday lives. With the growing desire for faster and easier technology, the staff at Langsdale is always striving to keep up with the Continue reading New technology at Langsdale

Wikipedia and the evolution of history

Wikipedia’s in the news again regarding its editing policy and accuracy, this time with an interesting twist. In an article this week in the Atlantic, Timothy Messer-Kruse, a renown scholar on the Haymarket riot and resulting trial, talks about his Continue reading Wikipedia and the evolution of history

Discovering Our Hidden Resources

On the move: Arabbers on Baltimore streets (Sept-Oct 1969)  The Special Collections Department is often an overlooked resource at Langsdale Library. It doesn’t help that it is located on the fourth floor, housed behind locked doors and open by appointment Continue reading Discovering Our Hidden Resources

Fewer clicks, no extra passwords

Langsdale Library is always looking for ways to make things easier and faster for faculty and students. Well, we have successfully made retrieving E-reserves as simple as 1 click.  Watch the before and after demonstration. Then try it out for Continue reading Fewer clicks, no extra passwords